Tina Turner sells rights to her music catalogue spanning 60 years Publisher BMG takes on shares of recordings and image management of ‘queen of rock’n’roll’ in its biggest single artist deal Tina Turner sells rights to back catalogue for reported €43 millionThe Queen of Rock 'n' Roll has struck a deal with German music publisher BMG for an estimated €43 million. She joins a growing list of stars looking to cash in on their catalogues. Tina Turner becomes latest music star to sell off back catalogue after reaching agreement with BMGTurner - known as the Queen of Rock and Roll - has a back catalogue including massive hits such as What's Love Got To Do With It, GoldenEye and of course Simply The Best, as well as 10 studio albums, two live albums, two soundtracks and five compilations. Tina Turner sells music rights for reported $50m sumThe star hands over the rights to songs like The Best and Nutbush City Limits to music company BMG. Tina Turner sells rights to six-decade music catalogueDeal is the largest ever negotiated with a single artist by publisher BMG 'I miss him all the time': Lady Gaga on her emotional final album, shows with Tony BennettLady Gaga tells USA TODAY about working on 'Love for Sale' with friend and mentor Tony Bennett, who revealed his Alzheimer's diagnosis in February.